3D-printed body parts could replace cadaver parts for students

07/22/2014 | VentureBeat

Increases in both longevity and the number of medical students has created a shortage of cadavers for medical research and education. Monash University in Australia recently released a kit with 3D-printed body parts for education and training. The parts include limbs, chest, abdomen, head and neck and do not contain human tissue.

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